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is the first thing on tap because of the expiration of the tax cuts and the sequester. cbs news, "new york times" poll from late october found that 64% of respondents want to see a combination of federal spending cuts and taxes being raised to reduce the deficit. some sort of balanced solution as i was talking about earlier in the show. so how much more leading does the president have to do with the public on that versus congress? >> well, i think you know, people are talking about this election being a status quo election. in my mind, it is about middle ground, middle class and moderation. >> jennifer: interesting. >> so there's so many polling results that show people are looking for a middle ground. and they want -- i think obama to lead and to take the hatfields and the mccoys and you know, bring them together and make this happen. and so while -- while you know, they want to compromise, someone has to make that happen. he can lead people to a compromise. >> jennifer: so the polling results demonstrate that he has
it clear to cbs news. >> you're going to have to undoubtedly do something to lower people's expectations. the entitlements and what people think that they're going to get because it's not -- they're not going to get it. >> eliot: thank you, lloyd. not a popular sentiment to be sure. they're for tax changes that would save their companies over $100 billion a year. to take a hard look at the views these ceos are espousing let's bring in bill cohen bloomberg view columnist and author of "money and power" how goldman sachs came to rule the world. and lynn, let me start with you is this campaign to fix the debt just a trojan horse behind which the ceos are trying to implement? things that would be really good for them? >> i think it is. i think they were really hoping some of them that mitt romney might win the election and get some of these things done without them having to go public but now, as we just saw lloyd blankfein and others are going on a public campaign to convince americans we can't afford social safety
to hurricane sandy mattered to them as reported by cbs news. that's interesting, but it doesn't mean that we know who is going to be president next or not. but these exit polls are first that we have so we go it them. >> cenk: and let's keep it real. there's no way that you don't get excited by the smallest piece of news. today we find out that the latinos are making up 10% of the electorate, whereas last time they made up 9% of the electorate. so you see why we're buzzing. >> i believe we have footage of voting at the lines. i believe we haved with and florida, correct, in miami? >> if that's miami that's my hometown. miami-dade county tend to be more democratic because it's the southern part of the state. that's where the polls are closing. >> cenk nothing more exciting to me than to watch people flocking in sports. >> cenk: there is one thing that can beat it. if they're staying in line, stationery for long hours at a time. >> the other thing about miami lines, these images are every year. they have to fix it, miami. >> you have to fix miami period. have you ever been to miami? it's one b
is that going to square with what the federal laws are which of course outlaw marijuana and you know, cbs news has obtained a key memo from federal prosecutors that suggest their position on this conundrum. >> federal law prohibits marijuana possession. the department of justice pointed to a memo from the deputy attorney general. persons who are in the business of cultivating selling or distributing marijuana are in violation of the controlled substances act regardless of state law. that left colorado's governor caught between federal law and his state. >> would you be advocating for this law with the federal government? >> i think as most people know, i didn't support the initiative. but you can't argue with the will of the voters. right. we are here in a democracy. and the sentiment was pretty clear. >> last week, jair et polis who is a democrat, a congressman from colorado, sent a letter to the department of justice saying leave us alone. essentially. the california voters have already spoken. today steve cohen, fr
miller, current's morning news block. weekdays six to noon. >> this is the cbs evening news. good evening. general motors confirm touchdown, it is going to close plants employing automatic 30 thousand worker juries today we are announcing the closing of 11 of our older plants. >> while detroit and pontiac will be hurt by the shut down, the effect on flint is absolutely devastating. >> that's a clip from michael moore's 1989 classic documentary roger and me that chronicles the decline of automanufacturing. general motors alone had shed massive amounts of-ing jobs. the united states has lost 50,000 factories in communities all across the country. but today the picture may not be quite as bleak of. chrysler amountainsed it is -- announce today isada adding 1,250 jobs in michigan after the rescue of the autoindustry and are starting to see a bit of resurgence in manufacturing. the next guest believes it is on the upswing. he is the author of the new book entrepreneurial nation. ro khann a thank you for joining us. >> thank you
on cbs news. >> the president was committed elected on the basis that he was not romney and that romney was the proof he had and that you should vote against romney. he won by two points. >> did he really say that? >> bill: romney was a poopy head. >> i'm going to search the transcripts. >> bill: i don't remember that. >> it would have been creative. >> maybe that was during the debate. i don't know. >> bill: i must admit i've heard people called a lot of names in politics. >> poopy head. >> it may have happened on "saturday night live." >> they were so believable. >> bill: speaking of poopy heads, donald trump is back in the news. >> did he ever leave? my goodness. >> bill: no. he made a fool of himself toward the end with this $5 million pledge that he was trying to -- get president obama to release the college transcripts. what's the latest on trump? he's going to go away. >> he's been tweeting up a storm after the election. he called for revolution. >> bill: yeah, right. >> we should all stor
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